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Tucson seeks third NCAA bowl game for state of Arizona

If all goes well for the Arizona Sports and Entertainment Commission in the coming weeks, the state will add a third NCAA bowl game, played at Arizona Stadium in Tucson.... Read more»

Business experts weigh in on state budget

Although they’re concerned state budget cuts will have long-term implications on the economy and job market, experts also found some bright spots for the business community. ... Read more»

UA out to get more Native Americans into medicine

To address health care disparities between Native American communities and the rest of the country, the UA College of Medicine has received an Indian Health Service grant to promote medical careers to Native Americans.... Read more»

Wildcat soccer steps over UTEP 1-0

The University of Arizona women’s soccer team defeated UTEP 1-0 in their second match of the spring season Sunday. The lone goal of the match was scored by sophomore Paige Crouch.... Read more»

Thorns stick Wildcat soccer 6-0

Portland Thorns FC scored six unanswered goals against the University of Arizona Wildcats at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night.... Read more»

Snake oil? Experts say snakebite kits don't work, delay care

For those heading into rattlesnake territory, a snakebite kit – often featuring an illustration of a viper ready to strike – may seem to offer a measure of safety. But experts say they can do more harm than good. “If you’re snakebit and you’re relying on this to save your life, you’re wasting your time completely." ... Read more»

Sunshine Week commentary

World passing U.S. by in strength of FOI laws

Sunshine Week has helped foster government transparency in the United States during the past 10 years, but while we have focused inward at state and federal transparency the world has passed us by.... Read more»

Calling college cuts 'difficult,' Ducey wants to work with regents

The head of the Arizona Board of Regents has threatened to sue over cuts to state universities, but Gov. Doug Ducey says he's proud of the budget. Ducey says he wants to work with university leaders and regents on the future.... Read more»

'Migrahack' coding event to focus on immigration

Arizona Migrahack, to be held this weekend at the UA, is a free training session and “hackathon” for community members interested in using data to tell stories about immigration.... Read more»

Former Irish president to speak on climate change at UA

A former president of Ireland, Mary Robinson, will give a speech on climate change and human rights at the University of Arizona on Thursday night. Robinson, a former United Nations envoy on the issue, will "discuss the importance of including the most vulnerable populations of the world in solutions to climate change."... Read more»

Dog bacteria might benefit human health

Fido’s licks and tummy rubs just might be good for your health. UA researchers are studying the biological connection between humans and dogs to find out how they influence each other.... Read more»

Capitol roundup: Budget zips through Legislature, spurs protests

At the Legislature this week, Gov. Ducey and Republican House and Senate leaders pushed through a $9.1 billion budget proposal which drew strong criticism from Democrats and brought hundreds of protestors to the Capitol. Lawmakers also moved forward bills to allow concealed weapons into public buildings and events, and to outlaw revenge porn.... Read more»

Az budget plan guts higher education funding

The Legislature and Gov. Doug Ducey have agreed to a budget that would deepen previously announced cuts to state universities by nearly 50 percent — a move that prompted sharp criticism from university supporters. The budget would cut $104 million from universities, zero out state support for community colleges, and cut JTED funds.... Read more»

UA hospital tapped as Ebola treament center

The UA Health Network's hospital on the South Side will be home to a biocontainment unit, ready for the treatment of Ebola and other infectious diseases. The UA system was named by the CDC as one of 55 Ebola treatment centers in the country.... Read more»

Border ag specialists stop dangerous citrus pest

Agriculture specialists at the commercial port in Nogales intercepted an insect known to damage citrus crops during an inspection of a shipment of oranges from northern Mexico last week.... Read more»

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